Forgot to Flush

4015 8th Ln, Anoka, MN 55303

From the listing description:

You will need to restore utilities and update mechanicals before moving in.

…and flush the toilet.

4015 8th Ln, Anoka, MN 55303

Whoa that is some seriously dizzying wallpaper.

4015 8th Ln, Anoka, MN 55303

Speaking of walls, apparently the former occupant of this home went mad and chose this room as the vessel for their insane screed. Also, I really hope that isn’t blood on the floor there under the window.

This place gives me the creeps.

Found by: Colleen

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Marty E.
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2 Comments on "Forgot to Flush"

  1. Emerald63 | May 9, 2014 at 1:02 PM |

    The combo of room size, layout, and low ceiling height is making me feel claustrophobic just looking at it. But they also painted the walls in dark colors? Let me out! Let me out! Let me out! Wait… what? We’re in Minnesota? In January?! Nooo… no, no, no……. ~huddles in the corner of the blue murder room mumbling to herself~

    OK, so lighter paint colors would help. Some. And the hardwood floor is nice. But that layout… Well, for a starter home, especially one that’ll teach you all you never wanted to know about maintenance, I suppose this isn’t as bad as some we’ve seen. Just be careful rounding the counter top into the kitchen. (Ironic use of “rounding” intended.)

    Note to Agents: Kara… Alicia… even if you can’t flush with the water turned off, you don’t have to leave the tank uncovered and you sure as hell don’t need to leave lid up!

  2. Man, that is disturbing. There is just too, too, too much going on in that enclosed space. Too much grain in all that woodwork, too many lines in all that tile, too much bushy pattern in all that wallpaper… I was mentally screaming “Stop! Stop! Stop!” – until I reached the dark orange room, where the paint just seemed to launch the awful wood effect at you like a clown out of a cannon.

    Not even a coat of beige could calm this place down – all that wavy woodwork has just got to go. Maybe they could sand it and stain it driftwood-white or something. Sheesh. After a long, dark winter spent in there, I’d probably have been placed under care.


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